CO2 degasifiers packed with LANPAC cut the cost of drinking water pH adjustment to comply with EPA Lead and Copper Rule.

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Courtesy of Lantec Products, Inc.

After the phase-out of leaded gasoline and the ban on lead-based pigments in house paint, concerned has focused on the risk of lead exposure from drinking water due to corrosion of old plumbing containing lead pipe or solder. To reduce this public health risk, the EPA’s Lead and Copper rule now requires many drinking water systems to deliver water at higher pH so that it will be less corrosive. The pH can be raised using less caustic or lime—and adding less dissolved solids to the water—if most of the CO2 in the water is first removed by air stripping.

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